Gross mOtor Development of Infants using home-Video registration with the Alberta Infant Motor Scale

During the GODIVA project, gross motor development of infants using home-video registration with the Alberta Infant Motor Scale (AIMS), a method was developed which allows physiotherapists to monitor and reliably measure the motor development of young children using videos made by the child’s parents. The validity and feasibility of the developed method is studied in this scientific research and published.

On this website you will find all information about the project, such as aims of the study, progress, (provisional) results, meetings and publications.


Professionals wishing to participate in the GODIVA research as a hospital or practice or who want more information can contact Jacqueline.Nuysink@hu.nl for more information.